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Another win for Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner in Removal Proceedings

U.S. Embassy, Berlin approved client’s  Non immigrant waiver application and will get B-2 visa soon. Client was deported from the USA for cocaine convictions.

Another win for Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner for person with convictions

U.S. Embassy, Berlin approved client’s  Non immigrant waiver application and will get B-2 visa soon. Client was deported from the USA for cocaine convictions.

Cancellation of Removal Granted for our Law Office

Cancellation of removal granted for lawful permanent resident with several convictions, including fraud and drug convictions.  Client can now apply for U.S. citizenship after living in the U.S for nearly 30 years.

CA4 on Drug Conviction and Naturalization

The court affirmed a district court decision denying the plaintiff’s application for naturalization, holding his 2002 drug conviction, which was subsequently set aside on rehabilitative grounds, remains unchanged for immigration purposes.

Offense involving possession of 30 grams or less of marijuana

The court held that INA §237(a)(2)(B)(i) which exempts from removal those convicted of a single offense involving possession of 30 grams or less of marijuana for one’s own use does not apply to persons with more than one drug conviction. (Rodriguez v. Holder, 8/23/10)

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